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  • 141 Vibraphone — Infobox instrument name=Vibraphone names=Vibraharp, Vibes image capt=A typical vibraphone color=#FFEC8B classification=Percussion instrument (Idiophone) range= related= musicians= builders= articles=The vibraphone, sometimes called the vibraharp… …

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  • 142 Illinois Freedom Bell — Geobox|Monument name = Illinois Freedom Bell other name = Illinois State Freedom Bell other name1 = State of Illinois Freedom Bell category = Town bell image size = image caption = The Illinois Freedom Bell in Mt. Morris. etymology = country =… …

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  • 143 Peal — A peal is a term used to describe a performance of change ringing, usually on tower or hand bells. Frequently the term refers to performances which comply with a set of decisions published by the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers.Originally… …

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  • 144 Bell (instrument) — See also: Tubular bell For the part of a wind instrument, see Wind instrument#Parts. Bell Parts of a typical bell: 1. yoke, 2. crown, 3. head, 4. shoulder, 5. waist …

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  • 145 Level crossing — This article is about at grade intersections between railway and road. For where two rail lines cross, see level junction. For a type of nuclear receptor (RXR), see Retinoid X receptor. A level crossing at Chertsey, England, as the barriers rise …

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  • 146 Angelus — The Angelus (Latin for Angel ) is a Christian devotion in memory of the Incarnation. The name Angelus is derived from the opening words: Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariæ and is practiced by reciting as versicle and response three Biblical verses… …

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  • 147 Bells — • Article covers origin, benediction, uses, archaeology and inscriptions, and points of law Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Bells     Bells      …

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  • 148 Curfew bell — The curfew bell was a bell rung in the evening in Medieval England as the signal for everyone to go to bed.[1] A bell was rung usually around eight o clock in the evening which meant for them to cover their fires deaden or cover up, not… …

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  • 149 ring — I [[t]rɪ̱ŋ[/t]] TELEPHONING OR MAKING A SOUND ♦♦ rings, ringing, rang, rung (Please look at category 11 to see if the expression you are looking for is shown under another headword.) 1) VERB When you ring someone, you telephone them. [mainly… …

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  • 150 ring — I. /rɪŋ / (say ring) noun 1. a circular band of metal or other material, especially one of gold or other precious metal, often set with gems, for wearing on the finger as an ornament, a token of betrothal or marriage, etc. 2. anything having the… …

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  • 151 The Nine Tailors — infobox Book | name = The Nine Tailors title orig = translator = image caption = VHS Video Cover author = Dorothy L. Sayers cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = Lord Peter Wimsey genre = Mystery Novel publisher =… …

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  • 152 North American Guild of Change Ringers — The North American Guild of Change Ringers, also known as the NAGCR, was founded in 1972 after the hanging of a ring of bells in the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., United States in 1964. The NAGCR has now grown and expanded to …

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  • 153 Oxford University Society of Change Ringers — The Oxford University Society of Change Ringers is the official society dedicated to change ringing in Oxford University. Its objects are to promote the art of change ringing in the University and to ring for Sunday services in Oxford during full …

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  • 154 Ring of bells — (or peal of bells ) is a term most often applied to a set of bells hung in the English style, typically for change ringing. Often hung in a church tower, such a set can include from three to sixteen bells (six and eight bell towers are… …

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  • 155 Funeral toll — Church bells are rung at Christian funeral services as they are rung at other services. The ringing of bells occurs in three basic ways: Normal ringing, chiming, or tolling. Normal ringing refers to the ringing of a bell or bells at a rate of… …

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  • 156 Angelus Bell — • The triple Hail Mary recited in the evening, which is the origin of our modern Angelus, was closely associated with the ringing of a bell Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Angelus Bell     Angelus Bell …

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  • 157 Dead bell — The 1641 Glasgow Deid bell , now on display in Glasgow s People s Palace on Glasgow Green. A Dead bell or deid bell (Scots), also a death , mort , lych , passing bell or skellet bell [1] was a form of hand bell used in Scotland and northern… …

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  • 158 ring — 1. n. & v. n. 1 a circular band, usu. of precious metal, worn on a finger as an ornament or a token of marriage or betrothal. 2 a circular band of any material. 3 the rim of a cylindrical or circular object, or a line or band round it. 4 a mark… …

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  • 159 Chris Mead — Born 1 May 1940(1940 05 01) Died 16 January 2003(2003 01 16) (aged 62) …

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  • 160 Dove's Guide for Church Bell Ringers — Cover of 7th edition Title page of 7th editio …

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